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18 Aug 2017 12:16 PM EST

On Friday, Nestle backtracked on claims in a new lawsuit in which Atari accused the food company of stealing its classic 1970s video game "Breakout" to help sell the popular Kit Kat chocolate wafer bars. On Thursday Atari filed the copyright and trademark infringement complaint and said Nestle damaged their "goodwill and reputation" by exploiting the name and feel of their game. According to Atari, Nestle simply replaced the bricks with brown Kit Kat bars, to use in a commercial titled "Kit Kat: Breakout."

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18 August, 2017
More Evidence Of iPhone 8 Wireless Charging

The mobile phone world is fairly certain at this point that the iPhone 8 will support wireless charging, and if any more evidence were needed some newly leaked photos of wireless charging components provide it. The images, shared by Zealer on Weibo, show wireless charging circuitry that’s... View Video

18 August, 2017
Motorola Patents A Smartphone Screen That Repairs Itself

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TechRadar has reported that Asus launched the Zenfone Zoom S in India on Thursday, featuring 12MP dual cameras with 2.3x true optical zoom. The Taiwan-based company had launched it as the Zenfone 3 Zoom in the US back in May this year. Dual camera setups are fast becoming a common feature in many... View Video

18 August, 2017
iOS 11 Has A 'Cop Button' To Temporarily Disable Touch ID

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Sonic The Hedgehog Heads Back To Basics

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